Council extends Md. mayor's suspension
The Forest Heights Town Council decided early Thursday morning to continue the suspension of Mayor Andrea McCutcheon after determining that she administered bonuses to town employees without council approval and failed to submit required financial reports, the Gazette reports.
The unanimous decision — made during a Wednesday night meeting that lasted overnight — came hours after McCutcheon, who was temporarily suspended Jan. 19, declared that she would seek a second two-year term in the town's March 10 elections.
Read more about the mayor's suspension and other issues in Forest Heights in the Gazette.
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